Vidarbha thermal power station
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Vidarbha thermal power station is a 1320 megawatt power station under construction, comprising two subcritical units of 660 MW each. The plant, which is sponsored by Lanco, is located near Mandva, Wardha District, Maharastra state, India.
The undated satellite photo below shows the location of the construction site, which is 2 km east of the village of Mandva (or Mandwa) and 6 km northwest of Wardha, in Maharashtra. According to the company's environmental submittals, the boundaries of the site are 20.812389 to 20.829833 (north) latitude and 78.465750 to 78.506750 (east) longitude.
A July 2012 Lanco investor presentation reported: "TG deck of unit 1 completed." According to the Central Electricity Authority (September 2012), Unit 1 will be commissioned in April 2014 and Unit 2 will be commissioned in August 2014.
Location: 2 km east of the village of Mandva (or Mandwa) and 6 km northwest of Wardha city, in Wardha District, Maharastra state, India
Coordinates: 20.8217523, 78.4900188
Nameplate capacity: 1320 MW
Projected in service: 2014
Coal Type: domestic
Coal Source: SECL
Estimated annual CO2:
Source of financing:
- Lanco, "Lanco Vidarbha Thermal Power Ltd", Lanco website, accessed July 2011.
- "Half Yearly Environmental Clearance Compliance Report, April 1 - September 30, 2013," Lanco Infratech
- "Investor Presentation," Lanco Infratech, July 2012
- Monthly Report on Broad Status of Thermal Power Projects in the Country, Central Electricity Authority, September 2012